Havant FOE Newsletter - April 2023

United for Warm Homes

We’ve set up an open meeting to promote Friends of the Earth’s main campaign – United for Warm Homes.
A Campaign Officer from the Friends of the Earth has agreed to join us and share ideas about the solutions.

You’ll will also be able to discuss the issues with other groups over a coffee.


Warm Homes Which Don’t Cost the Earth
Wednesday, 10th May 2023
7 PM
Havant Meeting Place at United Reformed Church, Elm Lane, Havant

Click here to sign up and for more information

Also please sign our petition calling for more action on warm homes.

Ask Alan Mak MP and Flick Drummond MP to take action for warm homes

The Big One

A group of campaigners from Havant will be travelling to London next Saturday to join the Big One, which is a massive event to call for climate Justice.

It runs from the 21st-24th April and the hope is that hundreds of thousands of people will join over the four days.

Saturday 22nd is Earth Day and will include a march for nature, biodiversity and the planet.

If you’d like to come with us, we are taking the 10.03am train from Havant to London Waterloo

Find out more about the Big One

South East Summer Activist Gathering

Friends of the Earth is organising a day of skills-building workshops, discussion, and creative activities for activists in the South East on Saturday 13th May in Brighton.

Tickets are free and include lunch and unlimited tea and coffee.

Find more details and book your ticket

Havant Borough Big Green Week

Do put the Havant Borough Big Green Week in your diaries. We’ll definitely have an exciting programme of events around the Borough, and of course we’d welcome extra events.

Could you organise something like a coffee morning or litter pick in your area.

You can find lots of ideas and more information on the Havant Climate Alliance website.

Reservoir petition

Please carry on sharing our petition against Southern Water’s plans for adding recycled sewage into the Havant Thicket Reservoir.

We have over 5,000 signatures now which is brilliant but the more who sign, the greater the impact.

Stop Plans for Drinking Southern Waters Recycled Sewage